New Year price increases

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Updated: 1/02/2013 9:11 am
SAN ANTONIO -- Many economic experts are expecting 2013 to be more expensive than 2012.

Dealnews.com came out with a list of items that will cost more this year. The USDA expects meat, poultry, and dairy prices to go up around 4 percent. Grains are expected to go up close to 3 percent.

The cost of college is also believed to go up this year. The College Board Advocacy and Policy Center says in-state tuition will rise almost 5 percent.

In addition, Both UPS and Fedex expects shipping costs to increase, up 4 1/2 to 5 percent.

Lastly, health care premiums will again be on the rise, hiking up by 6 percent in some estimations.
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